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The CMS Group ​

Making the Change in Regional Construction

There is little doubt that the world has changed.  But in the Caribbean, ever prone to storms and tremors, our world constantly evolves.

That is, in many ways, the definition of the CMS Group.

Our sense of innovation and ongoing efforts to pioneer better technology and engineering to address the age old problems of erosion, deterioration, instability and sometimes, just poor science, is what makes our learning curve steep and our sense of detail acute.

We take pride in knowing what we are doing, being well versed in how we do it and having a clear vision of the outcome.

We've successfully incorporated social distancing and general health protocols of COVID-19 with our deployment of crews, site organisation and pace of our projects.  

Being organised is how we get things done.

There can be unexpected and undesirable surprises in construction. We specialise in turn key and design and build contracts, taking the unknown out of construction budgets and programs.

Our work is rooted in reliable foundations
for durable construction projects throughout our islands.

We maintain this approach, with well chosen materials, finishes and innovative solutions, installed by our construction teams. Our crew members are constantly aware of time, pace, frugal use of materials and an abiding focus on the timely completion of every project.

Doing things once and well is always our goal.

This is especially true of our core work, DIP and sheet piling, which are the most cost-effective, durable and efficient manner in which to block erosion, stabilise and anchor foundations, whether they be coastal installations or inland, amongst variable soils and water sources.

All of our work makes a difference.  That’s the way we like it.

Old logic assumed that creating buffers against the elements was the best policy.
Too often our clients are stuck in a cycle of mitigation, throwing good money after bad.
We at CMS group look for the underlying problem to establish a solution, applying active intervention rather than mitigation.

We work with the environment, not against it; by deflecting and redirecting energy. Employing detailed analysis of the existing physical and chemical parameters to find lasting solutions which do not negatively impact the environment we're seeking to conserve.

The scale of our work is never an issue.

From dredging commercial ports in Castries harbour, to installing foundations for corporate buildings in Guyana, or luxury hotels in St. Kitts or St. Lucia, even re-nourishing beaches near the Pitons and creating beach saving groins in Turks and Caicos, we always rise to the occasion. 

On the other hand no job is too small and often the solution lies in the detail; we find small scale solutions using appropriate technology and materials.

The environment and construction are able to coexist to maintain beauty and nature,
while developing and strengthening the region's safeguards and protections.
By working smarter, we can achieve the necessary balance.

We are proud of our approach and as we expand our operations into many new and much larger projects; more imminent deadlines and post COVID renewals, across the region,
we stay focused on strengthening the construction sector and the way we do business,
for a durable future. 

We invite you to review our work,
then
 speak with our specialists.


Our Crane Barge Operation
With ATI, our barge haulage partners, 
we offer our Crane Barge operation, for coastal construction within the region and South America.
CMS Group Moving forward
The CMS Group. moving forward, with Plug&Drive© DIP. Common sense science and technology for the Caribbean and its development.
Approach, Execution and Workmanship
The CMS Group established a regional presence by creating confidence in approach, execution and workmanship, being specialists in contemporary technology.
Making the Change in Regional Construction
There is little doubt that the world has changed and at The CMS Group, we are making the change in Regional Construction smarter with a positive impact.
Re-opening Construction Sites
The CMS Group work in many places throughout the Caribbean. Construction sites, closed due to COVID-19, are slowly reopening with new protocols.
Foundation Piling for St Lucia Distillers
CMSCS has completed the installation of 336 “dry-driven” Ductile Iron Piles for two new Rum Storage Warehouses in Roseau, St Lucia.
Tanker moorings for St Lucia Distillers
CMS is in process of installing two heavy duty mooring bollards on Roseau Beach to improve the safety of mooring molasses tankers delivering to the Distillery.
Emerald Point Groyne TCI

CMDB recently completed the Emerald Point groyne in Providenciales, TCI.  The 600ft long terminal groyne was constructed to prevent coastal erosion of beach assets.  

Salacia House TCI

Salacia House, a beach front property in the Turks and Caicos Islands, required a revetment to reduce coastal erosion and enhanced beach access.

CMS Bathymetric Survey IGY Marina

CMS carried out a Bathymetric Survey for the channel entrance of IGY Marina, Rodney Bay, St Lucia.

Repairs to the RO intake Le Sport

Repairs to the submerged Reverse Osmosis, or 'RO' intake, which supplies seawater to the desalination system at Le Sport Hotel, St Lucia.

Sand and more for Glenconner Beach

Supply of sand for beach enhancement and concrete access road and jetty construction, for Glenconner Beach, Soufriere, St Lucia.